More easily manage DSC nodes with sample Configurations–Part 3

In Part –1, we went over some of the new modules and scripts that I put together to help track GUID and Thumbprint information on a DSC Pull Server, and then used the install-*.ps1 scripts to install a new pull server as well as “Register” a node with it.  For part 2, we reviewed the … More More easily manage DSC nodes with sample Configurations–Part 3

More easily manage DSC nodes with sample Configurations–Part 2

In Part –1, we went over some of the new modules and scripts that I put together to help track GUID and Thumbprint information on a DSC Pull Server, and then used the install-*.ps1 scripts to install a new pull server as well as “Register” a node with it.  For part 2, I wanted to … More More easily manage DSC nodes with sample Configurations–Part 2

More easily manage DSC nodes with sample Configurations–Part 1

One of the more exciting things happening to Windows Server is that the way it’s managed is being rapidly changed.  With the modern datacenter and it’s focus on scale and agility, the “old guard” of GUI and wizards has taken a back seat to scripts that can be saved and repeated en-masse to the hundreds … More More easily manage DSC nodes with sample Configurations–Part 1

cSCCM 1.4 for Hydration and Management Fun!

For the administrators out there who would like a faster way to hydrate initial collections in SCCM or perhaps use DSC to help lock things down.   I created this collection of resources and bundled them into cSCCM for general use, but it started a my own rapid deployment cheat sheet. https://github.com/Justin-DynamicD/cSCCM/releases What’s in it? There … More cSCCM 1.4 for Hydration and Management Fun!